Stretch Limousines were created in 1928 by a coach company named Armbruster. Armbruster's cars were primarily used to transport famous “big band” leaders, their band, and equipment. In the early days, stretch limousines were just called “big band buses”. While the name has changed, the impression of limousines never has. Even today limousines are regarded as the transportation of the important, rich, and famous. Today they are also rented for a lavish night out, of course. Lincoln limousine production ended in 1939, although they can still be specially ordered to this day, which is what happened in this case. One notable previous Lincoln owner was Elvis Presley, for whom was built specially on a premier chassis.
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